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Director: Ken Scott
Starring: Vince Vaughn, Cobie Smulders

David Wozniak (Vince Vaughn) is The Delivery Man - an underachiever who 20 years earlier donated his sperm over 600 times to a fertility clinic. This leads to his fathering 533 children of which 142 file a lawsuit to reveal his identity.

Wozniak is in a relationship and discovers his girlfriend is pregnant. Hoping to maintain his secret he becomes acquainted with some of his children and helps solve their problems. Will he reveal his identity and come to the realisation that these 533 children are all part of his "real family"? How will his girlfriend react when she inevitably discovers her lover's secret?

The Delivery Man is unlike previous Vaughn movies. Sweet and charming and well intentioned the script is low on laughter. There are also many missed opportunities for the enhancement of laughter and funny scenarios. Vaughn's character is unique, lacking the signature "motor- mouth" characteristic which is prevalent in all his previous roles.

Enjoyable and sentimental at times it's not surprising that fans steered away when this film was released in cinemas.
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The Delivery Man is unlike previous Vaughn movies.
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